Cheap peace rejects the problem of structural violence that gives rise to social anger and resistance. Cheap peace refuses to hear the cries of the unheard. Most importantly, cheap peace is dishonest about power within social structures.
For me, there is something right about this series because it provides a "teaching moment" that is long overdue. It is causing people to begin thinking critically about their practices of blind obedience to clergy figures and the distorted prosperity notions that inform clergy practices.